While the more compact cast allows for a greater sense of magic and mobility, the most disconcerting aspect of the performance comes into play during the many flashbacks that occur as Edward’s tall tales are recounted.
For Levy, the conscious decision to build her business in Boston was both an economical one and one related to Boston’s unique ability to foster the development of arts entrepreneurs in the early stages of their careers.
Now that life has just begun to squeak its way out from the cracks between the ice and snow, bookmark this spread for all you future springtime fun time planning needs.
Making a push for public arts in Allston Village
When Ryan Miller, frontman to the Somerville-born band Guster, moved to Vermont from NYC four years ago, he promptly freaked out. “It was hard to find the weirdos,” says Miller. “And as I’ve gotten older I appreciate becoming an appreciator and connector with these weirdos that are hanging everywhere. I appreciate eccentricity.” That curiosity […]
Photo By Maxime Delvaux and Kevin Laloux WED 12.10 Keep Safe Boston art as activism Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll is good and all, but it ain’t got shit on sexual health education, birth control, and rock ‘n’ roll. Earlier this fall, Keep Safe Boston released a 50-song pay-what-you-can compilation to benefit […]
Theater geeks, mark your calendars … THE FORGETTING CURVE BRIDGE REPERTORY THEATER In 1953, a young man agreed to undergo an experimental surgery hoping to be cured of epilepsy, and devastatingly, the treatment destroyed his ability to make new memories. To kick off their second season, Bridge Rep brings the fictionalized story of Patient HM […]
When Henry David Thoreau wrote “I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion,” he was basically saying (depending on how deep you read into it) that the life of a city dweller, with all one’s material possessions mandated by the opulence a own […]